Shearwater wrecks

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Subject: Shearwater wrecks
From: Carl Clifford <>
Date: Sun, 10 Nov 2013 15:44:06 +1100
Unfortunately, the Shearwater wrecks in various parts of the country that are 
occurring in various parts of the country this and in other years natural 
selection in action. The birds that either fail to reach our shores or arrive 
only to expire on or soon after arriving obviously did not have the reserves to 
arrive in good enough shape to survive and breed. These wrecks are very sad to 
see, but they are natures way of culling.

Carl Clifford

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